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    Great news @gagini. Will you be doing a det?
    @Blossom74 who would've thought you'd have more money than you need. Bonus!!!!

    I've eaten a ridiculous amount of chocolate and a pie with chips for dinner. I'm a fat cow. Moooooo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by infinity888 View Post
    @Gagingi how exciting that must be such a relief. Buns in the oven for easter. When are you doing your double fet?
    I'm starting prep. They pushed my day 2 out as my lining hadn't cleared enough, so another "day 2" scan tomorrow and then will start Wazza's magical pharmacy and intralipids etc. So maybe 9 April if lining/bloods go to plan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gagingi View Post
    We got some good news! Our PGD is back and one (of two) is normal. So we now have two frozen normals for this FET.
    wow, congrats @Gagingi! that's great news

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom74 View Post
    That is such good news! Congratulations!

    Normal PGD tested embies are worth their weight in gold I reckon
    I hope so @Blossom. Our last one didn't take, but somebody on here said you should get a pregnancy from 3 normals, so crossed.

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    DP and I talked more about DE. he's agreed to it, so I'll start doing some research. he wants the cheapest option. so I'm wondering between EDA/local and CT/SA. I'm not sure if it's too early to be thinking about this given it's only been a week since m/c. but on the other hand I feel like we need to get started sooner rather than later (given my age). I might talk it over with the counselor in a week or two when I see her. I've started looking at EDA site - I'm not sure about going to meetups though. but then I'm not sure if I'm being selfish, and the child will want to know where she/he came from later on so maybe going to a few meets is the least we can do. still a few things to think about

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    @Gagingi - congrats on the PGD result! Can't believe you only had to wait a week when I have to wait 3.

    Everyone on here that's doing PGD has at least one normal embryo except me. I feel quite useless, old, washed up, infertile and abnormal. I can't see that this next cycle is going to be different and I know my FS has little hope either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom74 View Post
    Ha ha, I just think it's the best quote EVER. I really loved it the moment I heard it


    Yes, I am super excited! Fingers crossed everything gets approved at the bank and then we can start our search in earnest.


    I am nervous about the whole thing but my clinic was great and told me the proper steps to take, and all about the counselling sessions etc. They seemed really excited for me! I am so glad I stayed with them.
    @Blossom74 - that's good news about the costs. You will have a baby at the end of all this.

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    hugs @Green lady. I don't think you're any of those things. I think it's just luck when it comes down to it. I'm hoping this cycle is where your luck changes

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    @winsor hugs Hun NO it is not too early you need to do what feels right for you. There will be things that will always remind you of Grace. Even tonight I had a semi meltdown about something that reminded me of my BFP and lost baby, I cried a bit which happens. You Greive and trying to have another Bub is not a bad thing so wipe that right out of your mind. You will always Greive for Grace. It is hard and you never forget your lost babies but you can be strong and move on when your ready. Never feel bad about that xo
    Quote Originally Posted by winsor View Post
    DP and I talked more about DE. he's agreed to it, so I'll start doing some research. he wants the cheapest option. so I'm wondering between EDA/local and CT/SA. I'm not sure if it's too early to be thinking about this given it's only been a week since m/c. but on the other hand I feel like we need to get started sooner rather than later (given my age). I might talk it over with the counselor in a week or two when I see her. I've started looking at EDA site - I'm not sure about going to meetups though. but then I'm not sure if I'm being selfish, and the child will want to know where she/he came from later on so maybe going to a few meets is the least we can do. still a few things to think about

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    thanks @Maxwellsmum. hugs for you too for your bub oh why does this all need to be so hard for everyone

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